Madison Park

Thornton, CO


Madison Park

Madison Park creates a new standard for living in Thornton. Offering studio one, two and three bedroom apartment homes with individual patios or balconies and breakfast bars. Our community amenities include two outdoor play areas, media room and a business center. Our community is conveniently located within walking distance tot he newly opened RTD Light Rail N Line.

Location

3351 E 120th Ave
Thornton, CO 80233
(720) 465-8393
Overall Rating
Met My Needs
Overall value
Service Quality
81% 323 out of 399 renters
recommend this apartment.

Reviews

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

In the past I recommended and had a friend move in.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

Seems to be a good area to live.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

well managed, quiet for the most part, in general residents are respectful toward each other, good mixture of ages--seniors, middle aged, and young. If there are too many young people, it would become rowdy, only two levels, small complex

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

Quiet, safe environment; grounds kept nice-looking; clean and friendly.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

We have enjoyed our stay!

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

I feel AUM is difficult to communicate with.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

We are new to the community. So far, our experience has been very pleasant. We have had cmments from friends and family who have praised the beauty of your property. My son was wishing he hadn't ust renewed his lease at his current residence.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

I think ceiling fans would be great in the bedrooms. The grass has been extremely long and when they cut it after its been so long, it smels and all the clippings get tracked in the apartment if you walk through it. Need to do a better job at pet waste that doesn't get cleaned up or bags changed daily. Parking is a little tight at times.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

The staff is wonderful! I love the apartment! Annoying/rude neighbors is the only negative (rent is getting pretty high, too.)

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

Be more mindful of the needs of tenants. Maintenance is wonderful and maitenance guys are nice. Apartment manager needs to follow up faster on all issues. Call people and be more willing to work with tenants on issues instead of waiting hours or days.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

Great job cleaning up snow during winter! Minimal noise is greatly appreciated during this early moring task, as some of the master bedrooms are adjacent to the stairwell. A notice to residents is recommended adherent to maintenance/repair tasks that generate a significant amount of noise. An example would be replacement of stairwell slabs. Missed valet trash service should be deemed unacceptable, just as residents are held responsible for paying for this service on time every month.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

As we stated last year, there are not enough dumpsters onsite. The one near me is always overflowing. There is always trash outside, and many people dump large items into the dumpster, such as mattresses, TVs, etc. I would like a more extensive recycling program, one that uses bins instead of blue plastic bags. Also, one that recycles paper, paperborad, and cardboard. I would also appreciate more notice on next year's rent. The rent has been increasing by a lot each year and I need to know about it more in advance.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

Pay better attention to trash. I have neighbors that constantly have trash sitting outside their doors. It gets set out on Friday and stays there until Sunday nights. It's gross!!! And it looks bad! Also, there is always dog poop EVERYWHERE! We don't always have time to catch who is doing it.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

For the time I have been living here, I am very satisfied and grateful for how you care for the community and for your services.

Apartment Review from a Current Renter

Landscaping company uses weed eaters too close to the trees, causing damage to the tree bark. Trees are constantly being replaced.